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“Fecundity” by Cindy Blakeslee

fe-cun di ty – the ability to produce many new ideas the fact of producing or creating a lot of new things, ideas, etc. “[Her work] gives testimony to Blakeslee’s fecund imagination, productivity and evolving skills.” These are the recent words of an art critic. I took her response to… Read More

Philip Herbison – “Water in Motion” & “Assemblages”

On exhibit at the Fried Family Gallery-DTWN, located in the Caplan’s Building on Railroad Street. There will be an artist reception at 5 pm on Friday, August 25. Philip was born and raised in Seattle, and studied both fine arts and theatre arts at the University of Washington. In 1965,… Read More

Teetering Between

Featuring Melody S. Boone, Linda Bryan, Harrison Halaska, and Mike Howat   The Fried Family Gallery at Catamount Arts is pleased to present “teetering between: Melody Boone, Linda Bryan, Harrison Halaska, and Mike Howat,” opening on March 28th, with a reception scheduled for Saturday, April 15th, from 4-5:30pm. The show… Read More

2022 Arts Connect at Catamount Arts Juried Show

Catamount Arts is pleased to announce its eighth annual juried show, “Arts Connect at Catamount Arts,” which will be on view in the Catamount Arts Galleries from December 14 th through March 12th. Juried by Devon Zimmerman, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary American Art at Maine’s Ogunquit Museum of… Read More

“In a Dangerous Time” – Ann Young

Painter Ann Young works in many styles, always with plenty of color, and focuses on people in troubling times and on abstracted images of greatly magnified natural objects. Young’s latest exhibition “In a Dangerous Time” explores the role of art in difficult times with paintings about the intersection of helplessness… Read More

Art from Guantánamo Bay

Catamount Arts will host the exhibition “Art from Guantánamo Bay,” curated by Erin L. Thompson, in its Fried Family Gallery from Wednesday, June 22, through Sunday, August 21, 2022. There will be a reception and panel discussion on Sunday, June 26th, at 7pm, at Catamount Arts on Eastern Avenue in St. Johnsbury. Read More

Material Drawing Redux: Drawn to Touch

The work of Audrey Goldstein, Michelle Samour, Julia Shepley, and Debra Weisberg will be featured in a new exhibit, Material Drawing Redux: Drawn to Touch, at Catamount Arts in St.  Johnsbury, Vermont from April 20 – June 11, 2022. Read More

2021 Arts Connect at Catamount Arts Juried Show

Slideshow instructions: Click image above for a larger image and more information. Navigate through the images using the arrow keys on your keyboard or by clicking the arrows on the left or right side of the screen. WATER JOURNEY WOLCOTT POND.mp4 from Arthur Hynes on Vimeo. Read More

Open to Landscape

After a year of closure due to Covid 19, Catamount Arts is pleased to announce the reopening of the Fried Family and Rankin Family Galleries in its St. Johnsbury, Vermont arts center. From July 1-September 26, 2021, Open to Landscape, a four person exhibition of paintings, photographs and works on paper, will be on view and feature works by Keith Chamberlin, Terry Ekasala, Anni Lorenzini and Elizabeth Nelson. The exhibition explores a range of artistic response to Vermont’s dramatic landscape, from observed to imagined and in ways that touch upon the psychological and spiritual. Photographer Keith Chamberlin connects the organic to the abstract; Terry Ekasala creates vibrantly colored dreams; Anni Lorenzini expands upon tonalist painting; and Elizabeth Nelson contemplates natural and geometric form in response to the I Ching Book of Changes. Taken together, the 35 paintings and 9 photographs in the exhibition present numerous opportunities for viewers to contemplate landscape as a way to understand the self-imposed isolation and unprecedented change we’ve all experienced over the past year. Read More

Winfred Rembert: All Me

Catamount Arts is pleased to announce the opening of Winfred Rembert: An Artful Response, an exhibition of prints and paintings on tooled and carved leather by self-taught African American artist Winfred Rembert. The show will open on Sunday, January 31 with a 1:30 pm screening of the documentary film Winfred Rembert: All Me, followed by a reception in the gallery where refreshments will be served. The screening and reception are free and open to the public. All are welcome to attend. Read More